Mountain Home is a small city and the county seat of Baxter County, Arkansas, United States, in the southern Ozark Mountains near the northern state border with Missouri. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 12,448. A total of 41,307 persons lived within the city and micropolitan combined, which encompasses the majority of Baxter County.
Things to do in Mountain Home
4.5 based on 222 reviews
Hands down my favorite place in Mountain Home. The owners are always friendly and attentive during our visits. The food is consistently wonderful. Our favorites are the pineapple fried rice, Thai pahd, the cheese rolls and the wontons. On our last visit there was a table of four MHPD officers. When they finished their meal the owner would not let them pay. Thought this was the nicest gesture. We will keep this as one of our weekly stops.
5 based on 17 reviews
Traditional Pacific Northwest Espresso Drive thru with bakery established in 3/2008. Featuring handcrafted latte's, mocha's, cappuccino's, fine teas, frapps, shakes, smoothies and protein shakes. Baking fresh scones, cinnamon rolls muffins and more!
Anytime we are in town we visit here every morning or at least try to! Great customer service and exceptional quality every time we visit. You can't go wrong with anything you get from here. If you are in town and want a great latte, Frapp or nutrition shake give them a try, they won't disappoint!
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Food was wonderful! i will be going back and i definetely reccommend this to anyone!!!!! Make sure to stop in and grab a cupcake
4 based on 281 reviews
The fish was absolutely fried to perfection as always, and was not the least greasy. We had a large party, but still got impeccable service. The view is wonderful, and I WILL be back.
4 based on 137 reviews
A local institution! Back Forty has been serving great hamburgers for over 30 years. The burger is cooked to order and always delicious. Service is excellent. Try a basket of the free popcorn when you get seated.
4 based on 210 reviews
We came to the Steakhouse after a long day of driving on the recommendation of our hotel. We had called about 45 minutes before our arrival and were put on a "priority list". When we arrived we were greeted, told our table was ready and shown to a perfect table for us! And the service and food only got better! Our waitress was great, our steaks ( Ribeye and Filet) were cooked to perfection and delicious, and there were plenty of sides to choose from. The service was friendly and fast. We would highly recommend!
4.5 based on 68 reviews
The staff is always friendly and helpful. They have the best BBq nachos around. The Bbq is excellent. The sauces are great. Smoked Mac and cheese is delicious. And the chicken is juicy and tender. Plus the owner is just a great guy and always friendly.
4 based on 119 reviews
My wife and I have been here before and the quality holds up very well. We both had Hamburgers. I had the Jalapeno Burger and she had the Patty Melt. We both agreed that the burgers were first class and the sides were also good. She had onion rings and I had fries. Both were cooked perfectly. The burgers were juicy and good sized.
The place also has a good selection of beer. I always order an India Pale Ale. It was cold and great. The service was good and the atmosphere was typical sports bar. There was a very large number of flat-screen TV's for viewing football or whatever. We enjoyed our visit.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
What a cute little diner. The owners and staff are very friendly and welcoming. Down to earth people. The menu is typical diner food. They have specials every day. I had the mushroom Swiss burger and French fries. Delicious. My friends had breakfast. They loved it. I almost felt guilty when the check arrived. We will definitely be back.
4 based on 68 reviews
Went here based on reviews. Walked in and they weren't busy, but the hostess told us to wait. Finally a waiter seated us (after giving a sideways glance at the hostess).
Food was...eh. We ordered the chili verde and chili colorado. The verde was on the fatty side and under sauced. The colorado was OK but really lacking salt. Rice seemed like it was from a box. The beans were good though and $1.49 drafts during happy hour was a nice bargain.
Bottom line is I would not recommend. You can probably make better Mexican food at home. I know I can. Just average food.
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